Factory built homes appeal to millennials, boomers across America
A funny thing is happening on the way to the nation’s housing recovery: Some folks are beginning to take stock of their sprawling McMansions — with the big lawns, cluttered closets and inflated energy bills — and saying, “Enough!”
Enough with the maintenance. Enough with the trappings of conspicuous consumption. Enough with the mortgage payments marching into the great beyond.
They want something smaller, greener, sleeker — something modern, well-built and inexpensive — but still very nice. For a growing number of today’s homebuyers, that means a factory-built home.